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3 ĐỀ THI THỬ ĐẠI HỌC

SỞ GIÁO DỤC VÀ ĐÀO TẠO TRƯỜNG THPT NGUYỄN TRÃI

ĐỀ THI THỬ ĐẠI HỌC LẦN 2
NĂM HỌC 2012 – 2013 MÔN ANH VĂN

Thời gian làm bài: 90 phút
Mã đề thi 132

I. Circle a word that has different stress from the rest . Câu 1: Câu 2: Câu 3: Câu 4: Câu 5: A. employee A. introduce A. administrative A. comfortable A. interlace B. reunite B. reconcile B. productivity B. devastating B. interstice C. understand C. daffodil C. electricity C. facsmile C. interpret D. recommend D. devastate D. opportunity D. agriculture D. internal

II. Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions.

Câu 6: We got on well when we shared a flat, ____________ . A. although the difference in our age. B. in spite of the differrence in our old. C. in spite the fact that I was much older than her. D. despite her being much older than me . Câu 7: Jane returned the borrowed book___________. A. the very day next B. the day very next C. the very next day D. the next very day

Câu 8: Don’t forget to ________ the alarm clock for 5 o’clock tomorrow morning. A. ring B. put C. wind D. set

Câu 9: Books are no longer the only _________ of stories and information. A. basis B. site C. source D. style

Câu 10: ________ for over health. A. One’s diet is helpful in extra fiber. C. Extra fiber is one’s helpful diet B. Helpful one’s diet is extra fiber D. Extra fiber in one’s diet is helpful

Câu 11: The grow of two-income families in the United States ______ of people moving to a new social class. A. has resulted in millions C. results of millions B. resulting in millions D. millions of results

Câu 12: Black, red, and even bright pink diamonds ______ . A. occasionally found C. have occasionally found B. have occasionally been found D. occasionally to find

Câu 13: An adviser to both Franklin Delano Roosevelt and Harry Truman, ______ of Bethune-Cook man College. A. the founder was Dr, Mary Mcleod Bethune B. did the founder Dr, Mary Mcleod Bethune C. Dr. Mary Mcleod Bethune, who was the founder D. Dr, Mary Mcleod Bethune was the founder Câu 14: Before _______ , they used horse drawn wooden carts A. farmers had tractors C. tractors owned by farmers B. farmers have had tractors D. having tractors farmers

Câu 15: The door is unlocked; _______ here last night. A. Something strange was happened B. Something strange should have happened C. Something strange had happened D. Something strange could have happened Câu 16: Although he supports the Council, he does not take an active _______ in politics. A. affair B. play C. part D. charge

Câu 17: Why don’t you wear that blue dress of yours? It _______ you. A. agrees B. goes with C. suits D. watches

Câu 18: Although he claims to have left his job voluntarily, he was actually______ for misconduct. A. dismissed B. dispelled C. resigned D. released

Câu 19: Because aluminum is lighter and cheaper_______, it is frequently used for high tension power transmission. A. as copper B. more copper C. for copper - Joan: “ _______ ” B. No problem D. allright D. than copper

Câu 20: David; “ Thank you for the delicious meal” A. I’m glad you enjoyed it C. Never wonder Câu 21: He says he might come, but he________ . A. doubts B. doubts so

D . doubts about it.

C. doubts it

Câu 22: _______ strength of horses, a forklift toils all day long in a warehouse lifting great weights. A. Because the B. With the C. some D. The

Câu 23: Tuna, ________ , may weigh up to 1,000 pounds A. can be giants of the sea C. the sea of the giant B. is a sea giant D. one of the sea giants

Câu 24: A welknown large natural lake is lake Ahoe, ________ stradles the California -Nevada border. A. for B. which C. and D. since

Câu 25: Physical fitness exercises can cause injuries ______ the participants are not careful. A. if B. to C. with D. that

Câu 26: In mathematics, a variable is a symbol_______ some elements of a set. A. represents that B. that represents C. represents D. and represeting

Câu 27: Vangogh’s Sunflowers ________ $39,9 million, three times the previous record. A. for once sold B. once sold for C. for sale once D. selling for once Câu 28: Some monkeys, ______ , use their tail in the way similar to a hand. A. like a spider monkey B. the monkey likes the spider C. spider monkey likes D. to the spider monkey

Câu 29: In the West, the birth of a girl is welcome with an enthusiasm ____ to that of a boy. A. and equal B. equal C. equally D. they are equal

Câu 30: It is gravity _______ objects toward the earth. A. what pulls B. pulling C. that pulls D. to pull

Câu 31: Warmth, moisture, and oxygen are three necessary requirements_____ most seeding. A. as cultivating B. can cultivate C. for cultivating D. for cultivate

Câu 32: People usually can get a sufficient amount of the calcium their bodies _____ from the food they consume. A. needs B. to need C. needing D. need

Câu 33: In order for people to work together effectively, they need ____ each other’s needs. A. sensitive B. is sensitive for C. to be sensitive to D. sensitivity

Câu 34: Built at the beginning of the century, the library of Congress houses one of the largest ________ collections of books in the world. A. and finest B. yet fine C. or finest D. and fine

Câu 35: With new technology, cameras can take pictures of underwater valley _____ color A. in B. within C. for D. by

III. Supply the correct form of the word in brackets by choosing the best answer.

Câu 36: The police are interested in the sudden____ of the valuable painting. A. appear B. appearance C. appear

( appear) D. disappearance ( true)

Câu 37: I believe you because I know you are ____ . A. truthful B. truthfully C. true

D. to true ( sleep)

Câu 38: I feel so_____ that I’m going to bed. A. sleeps B. sleepy C. slept

D. to sleep ( carry)

Câu 39: The cost of______ must be paid by the buyer. A. carry B. carries C. to carry

D. carriage ( estimate) D. underestimate ( confident) D. unconfident ( build)

Câu 40: I was late because I _____ how much time I need. A. estimately B. estimate C. estimated

Câu 41: Even if you are good at a game,you shouldn’t be______. A. confidentable B. overconfident C. confident

Câu 42: Many buildings were ______ after the earthquake in 1980.

and in sixteen to nineteen days. The choice of where to build a nest is based not only on the branch itself but also on what hangs over it. the nest is painstaking constructed of spider webs and plant down. not quantity. Blacken the letter A. people seldom lack of (D)most of them. rebuilt C. Read the following passage and blacken the letter A. A. B. C. the nest is unguarded. and invisible (D) Câu 50: Because vitamins are (A)contained in a (B)wide variety (C)of foods. aerial attacks. or gray jay. built B. Thus when the hen is away to feed. Broad-tailed hummingbirds often nest in quaking. to lock B.000 kilometres north from where they have wintered in Mexico. incubate their eggs. B. overworking Câu 45: I’d lost my key so I couldn’t ______ the door when I got home. which each weigh one-seventh of the mother’s weight. C. unlock C. Câu 48: Do you know (A)that there is (B) a high rate in (C) interest on this (D)loan? Câu 49: The air (A)that surrounds our planet (B)is both odourless (C). . or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions. to work B. locking IV. worked ( lock) D. By early June it will hold two pea-sized eggs. slender deciduous trees with smooth. V. they mate with females coming to feed but take no part in nesting. from a hawk. paying Câu 44: She‘s having a rest because she had been _______ . and protection for her young. Quality. A. owl. two chicks. unusually close branch overhead. or D on your answer sheet to show the underlined part that needs correction. to build ( pay) D. A. Câu 47: Some people believe that (A)human being will never use away all (B)the natural (C)resources on (D)earth. locked Câu 43: Most people who work feel that they are______ . a second. A second nest is feasible only if the first fails early in the season. colourless. A nest on the lowest intact branch of an aspen will give a hummingbird a good view. and raise the chicks. is what counts in hummingbird reproduction. building D. gray-green bark found in the Colorado Rockies of the Western United States. from late May through June. A crooked deformity in the nest branch.A. or proximity to part of a trunk bowed by a past ice storm are features that provide shelter and make for an attractive nest site. After flying some 2. Male hummingbirds claim feeding territories in open meadows where. decorated and camouflaged outside with paper-like bits of aspen bark held together with more strands of spider silk. the hummingbirds need six weeks to build a nest. underpaid B. a clear flight patch. Scarcely larger than a halved golf ball. Câu 46: Several (A) people have apparent (B)tried to change the man’s mind (C). paymet C. working C. paid ( work) D. While the smooth bark of the aspen trunk generally offers a poor grip for the claws of a hungry squirrel or weasel. are more likely. but he refuses to listen (D).

a spider web C. If the winner is unusually warm D. weighs D. More than six weeks B. C. A. humans B. insects C. Two to three weeks . It is not involved in caring for the chicks C. Mating habits B. Tree bark Câu 59: The author compares the size of the broad-tailed hummingbird’s nest to ____. which of the following is true of the male broad-tailed hummingbird? A. matters Câu 54: According to the passage.Câu 51: What aspect of broad-tailed hummingbird behaviour does the passage mainly discuss? A. squirrels Câu 56: Which of the following would be a good location for a broad-tailed hummingbird to build its nest? A. consistently D. estimates C. A. It finds food for the female and the chicks Câu 55: It can be inferred from the passage that the broad-tailed hummingbirds’ eggs and chicks are most vulnerable to attack by ____. birds D. A branch near the top of a tree B. A thick branch C. Caring for the young D. It shares nesting duties equally with the female. the longest branch of a tree D. A. Paper C. Plant down B. barely C. numbers B. A protected branch Câu 57: The word “Scarcely” in the third paragraph is closest in meaning to ____. If there is an unusually large supply of food B. in what circumstances do hummingbirds build a second nest? A. an egg D. Selection of nest sites C. A. Migration routes Câu 52: According to the passage. D. needlessly Câu 58: Which of the following was NOT mentioned in the passage as a nest-building material of the broadtailed hummingbird? A. If the eggs are destroyed early in the season. how long does it take for broad-tailed hummingbird egg to hatch? A. If the chicks in the first nest hatch early Câu 53: The word “counts” in the first paragraph is closest in meaning to _____. a pea Câu 60: According to the passage. Spider webs D. It protects the nest while the female searches for food B. a golf ball B. obviously B.

I’ll find that man. Câu 62: They had been lost in the mountains for three days. Even though they had been lost in the mountains for three days. D. D. Câu 65: The agreement ended six-month negotiation. B.I’ll find that man. However long it may take. D. Even though they had been lost in the mountains for three days. B. Even though they had been lost the mountains for three days. C. C.they look strong and healthy.I’ll find that man. C. Less than a week VI. It can be denied that not all of us made mistakes. The agreement which ended six-month negotiation was signed yesterday. However long it may taked. However long it may takes. Even though they had been lost in the mountains for three day. . No-one seems to have predicted the correct result.they looked strong and healthy.C. D. B. The agreement which was signed yesterday ended six-month negotiation.they looked strong and healthy. D. Everyone of us denies that we made certain mistakes early on. A. It is true that nobody could avoid making mistakes. Câu 64: We can’t deny that all of us made certain mistakes early on.they looked strong and healthy. A. but they looked strong and healthy . We admit that we could avoid making certain mistakes when young. or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that is closest in meaning to each of the following questions. B.61 den cau 65. No-one seem to have predicted the correct result. Blacken the letter A. B. B.no matter how long it takes. A. The agreement which was signed yesterday lasted six months. The negotiation which lasted six months was signed yesterday. No-one seems have predicted the correct result. C. Câu 61: It seems that no-one predicted the correct result. Câu 63: I’ll find that man. A. C. No-one seems to has predicted the correct result. A. It was signed yesterday.I’ll find that man. One month D. However long its may take. C.

Sony Pictures released a remarkable and intriguing film entitled The Da Vinci Code. in the 1990s. All this was based on reading a novel based on the false facts from documents which were a hoax. The biggest secret kept by this organization is supposedly that Jesus Christ and a woman whose name is recorded in the Bible as Mary Magdalene had a child. secret societies. The Holy Blood and the Holy Grail. there was a darker side to the Plantard's Priory. in order to give the impression that the Priory began in 1099.D. Blacken the letter A. religious leaders and professors are in a race to discover the secrets of an organization called the Priory of Sion. As a final embarrassment. the book became very popular in France. In a TV interview. Câu 66: What does the author hope to show in this passage? A. and their offices were at Plantard's apartment. which he published in his 1982 book.VII. THE TRUTH BEHIND THE DA VINCI CODE In 2006. Plantard created the enigma of a much more powerful Priory than his insignificant organization. some of which said he was the true king of France. He and his co-authors declared as fact that the Priory started in 1099. Plantard and his friend Philippe de Cherisey created documents. The Da Vinci Code is based on fact. Plantard got author Gerard de Sede to write a book in 1967 using the false documents. 447 to 751. Next. architecture. B. an English actor and science-fiction writer named Henry Lincoln read Gerard de Sede's book. B. and that these descendants ruled France from A. Dan Brown knew his book wasn't based on fact. Between the years 1961 and 1984. called the Secret Dossiers of Henri Lobineau. the best witness to a crime is the criminal himself. "all of the art. most harmless. and jumped to even more wild conclusions. The Priory of Sion was a hoax. and may have been a victim of the hoax." However. that its leaders included Leonardo Da Vinci. In the film. and to do good in general. de Cherisey. 70 Matters were complicated when in 1969. D. their group fought for housing rights for local people. Most modern historians do not consider Lincoln's book to be a serious work of history. and his house was searched. in his book. At first. Plantard had to swear in a court of law that the enigma of the Priory of Sion was the work of his imagination. How can we be so sure that Plantard created this hoax? Well. Within it were found many false documents. This phenomenon is similar to the popularity of The Da Vinci Code. Sony's movie The Da Vinci Code is better than Dan Brown's book. However. Plantard actually hoped to use the Priory of Sion to claim to be a descendant of French kings. or D on your answer sheet to show the underlined part that needs correction. C. and that their family 55 line continues to this day. Câu 67: What is true about the real Priory of Sion? . discovered by researcher Jean-Luc 80 Chaumeil. Over 100 hundred letters between Plantard. all of that is historical fact. and de Sede. that the Priory protects the descendants of Jesus 75 Christ and Mary Magdalene. secret rituals. show clearly that they were trying to pull an elaborate hoax. where a book based on false information or speculation becomes popular. Dan Brown stated that. Plantard got in trouble with the law. and illegally put them into the National Library of France. Isaac Newton. while the Priory of Sion did exist. Lincoln did not know of Plantard and his schemes. The Priory of Sion was started in France in 1956 by a skillful liar named Pierre Plantard. where the Priory was started by Plantard and four of 60 his friends. and Victor Hugo. Priory means religious house. 65 First. and Sion was a hill in the town of Annemasse. C. based on the novel of the same name by Dan Brown. The organization promised to benefit the weak and the oppressed. He seemed to believe what he read. it's nothing like the one which is so central to The Da Vinci Code. In fact.

He believed that he knew the truth and wanted to tell everyone.A. Câu 69: According to the passage. He wanted people to believe that the Priory began in 1099. It has a secret about Jesus Christ and Mary Magdalene. Henry Lincoln Câu 70: Which claim was NOT made in The Holy Blood and the Holy Grail? A. The Priory of Sion protects the descendants of Jesus Christ. C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct word for each of the blanks . If you are the sort of person who tends to turn to the dictionary frequently. The Priory of Sion began in 1099. Pierre Plantard D. D. (78) ______ . C. forced to guess the meaning of unfamiliar words. You are. Gerard de Sede B. He wanted Henry Lincoln to find them there. B. Its leader used to be Leonardo Da Vinci. It is connected to the leaders of France. D. So that Gerard de Sede's book would sell more copies. B. and time in exams is usually limited. Sometimes you (72) ______ the meaning in a dictionary and sometimes you guess. C. D. Read the following passage and blacken the letter A. Câu 68: Why did Plantard put documents in the National Library of France? A. C. who did NOT know about the creation of the Priory of Sion hoax? A. Each definition is only an approximation and one builds up an accurate picture of the meaning of a word only after meeting it in a (75) ______ of contexts. When you read something in a foreign language. It was started in 1956 by Pierre Plantard B. . it is usually far safer to (76) ______ an English-English dictionary. it is very time-consuming to look up words. It is also important to recognize the special dangers of dictionaries that translate from English into your native language and vice versa. Pierre Plantard created the Secret Dossiers of Henri Lobineau. it is (74) ______ remembering that every dictionary has its limitations. Philippe de Cherisey C. VIII. Isaac Newton was a leader of the Priory of Sion. you frequently come across words you do not (71) ______ understand. If you must use a dictionary. B. In most exams you are not permitted to use a dictionary. The strategy you adopt depends very much upon the (73) ______ of accuracy you require and the time at your disposal. (77) ______ you are allowed to use one.

Although C.HẾT ---------- . so D. degree C. you will (79) ______ a number of possible problems and help yourself to understand far more of the text than you at first thought likely. if you develop efficient techniques for guessing the meaning. diversity C. refer B. Even if A. extent A. it is very easy to panic. inquire D. totally A. originated B. coming ----------. Two strategies which may help you guess the meaning of a word are: using contextual clues. Provided B. range D. surpass C. go over D. completely B. extracted C. however C. check C. In case D.When you come across unknown words in an exam text. variety D. inspect B. therefore B. so that A. valuable A. wholly C. consult A. fully D. However. worth B. overcome B. derived D. essential C. multiple B. and making use of clues (80) ______ from the formation of the word. level B. examine D. variation A. control A. Câu 71: Câu 72: Câu 73: Câu 74: Câu 75: Câu 76: Câu 77: Câu 78: Câu 79: Câu 80: A. survey C. vital D. get over A. both within the sentence and outside.

............ although the difference in our age.. or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions.... devastating B..... I.. the day very next C.. B.... opportunity D.. despite her being much older than me . A.... interlace B. internal II..... daffodil C..... devastate D.......... Circle a word that has different stress from the rest ..... Câu 7: Jane returned the borrowed book___________..... D. the next very day Câu 8: Don’t forget to ________ the alarm clock for 5 o’clock tomorrow morning.... Câu 6: We got on well when we shared a flat..... ____________ ..... the very day next B.... electricity C..... agriculture D. employee A. understand C. Số báo danh:.. interstice C.. put C.... the very next day D.. comfortable A.. Mark the letter A.. in spite the fact that I was much older than her. wind D. administrative A.... recommend D............ ring B.... C. reconcile B....... A....... facsmile C. . A.. B.... introduce A.KEY SỞ GIÁO DỤC VÀ ĐÀO TẠO TRƯỜNG THPT NGUYỄN TRÃI ĐỀ THI THỬ ĐẠI HỌC LẦN 2 NĂM HỌC 2012 – 2013 MÔN ANH VĂN Thời gian làm bài: 90 phút Mã đề thi 132 Họ..... set Câu 9: Books are no longer the only _________ of stories and information. C..... reunite B................ interpret D... tên thí sinh:... in spite of the differrence in our old...... Câu 1: Câu 2: Câu 3: Câu 4: Câu 5: A... productivity B.....

site Câu 10: ________ for over health. occasionally found C.A. agrees B. Dr. red. resulting in millions D. A. farmers have had tractors D. he does not take an active _______ in politics. Extra fiber in one’s diet is helpful Câu 11: The grow of two-income families in the United States ______ of people moving to a new social class. part D. tractors owned by farmers B. results of millions B. Something strange was happened B. play C. C. has resulted in millions C. Something strange had happened D. suits D. Mary Mcleod Bethune. the founder was Dr. and even bright pink diamonds ______ . Helpful one’s diet is extra fiber D. basis B. have occasionally found B. Mary Mcleod Bethune was the founder Câu 14: Before _______ . affair B. A. A. charge Câu 17: Why don’t you wear that blue dress of yours? It _______ you. farmers had tractors C. source D. Mary Mcleod Bethune B. watches Câu 18: Although he claims to have left his job voluntarily. _______ here last night. A. Dr. who was the founder D. dismissed B. Something strange should have happened C. Mary Mcleod Bethune C. A. resigned D. style B. One’s diet is helpful in extra fiber. they used horse drawn wooden carts A. having tractors farmers Câu 15: The door is unlocked. dispelled C. did the founder Dr. A. occasionally to find Câu 13: An adviser to both Franklin Delano Roosevelt and Harry Truman. he was actually______ for misconduct. have occasionally been found D. Something strange could have happened Câu 16: Although he supports the Council. A. released . A. goes with C. Extra fiber is one’s helpful diet C. ______ of Bethune-Cook man College. millions of results Câu 12: Black.

to C.Câu 19: Because aluminum is lighter and cheaper_______. a forklift toils all day long in a warehouse lifting great weights. doubts about it. A. and D. A. for sale once D. C. since Câu 25: Physical fitness exercises can cause injuries ______ the participants are not careful. with D. A. to the spider monkey . three times the previous record. “ Thank you for the delicious meal” A. A.000 pounds A. use their tail in the way similar to a hand. more copper C. A.9 million. as copper B. that Câu 26: In mathematics. and represeting Câu 27: Vangogh’s Sunflowers ________ $39. No problem D. is a sea giant D. represents that B. The Câu 23: Tuna. which C. Because the B. once sold for C. can be giants of the sea C. one of the sea giants Câu 24: A welknown large natural lake is lake Ahoe.Joan: “ _______ ” B. it is frequently used for high tension power transmission. like a spider monkey B. A. selling for once Câu 28: Some monkeys. if B. A. that represents C. than copper Câu 20: David. some D. ______ . I’m glad you enjoyed it C. for once sold B. ________ stradles the California -Nevada border. doubts B. spider monkey likes D. for copper . for B. allright D. doubts it Câu 22: _______ strength of horses. With the C. doubts so D . the sea of the giant B. a variable is a symbol_______ some elements of a set. ________ . but he________ . A. may weigh up to 1. Never wonder Câu 21: He says he might come. represents D. the monkey likes the spider C.

for cultivate Câu 32: People usually can get a sufficient amount of the calcium their bodies _____ from the food they consume. A. A. . they are equal Câu 30: It is gravity _______ objects toward the earth. disappearance ( true) C. Câu 36: The police are interested in the sudden____ of the valuable painting. to sleep ( carry) C. within C. to true ( sleep) C. appear B. pulling C. what pulls B. A. A. for cultivating D. sensitivity Câu 34: Built at the beginning of the century. the birth of a girl is welcome with an enthusiasm ____ to that of a boy. to be sensitive to D. and fine Câu 35: With new technology. needing D. A. yet fine C. A. needs B. need Câu 33: In order for people to work together effectively. can cultivate C. true D. sleepy Câu 39: The cost of______ must be paid by the buyer. truthful B. A. as cultivating B. and oxygen are three necessary requirements_____ most seeding. to pull Câu 31: Warmth. to carry D. carry B. A. equal C. that pulls D. moisture. carries Câu 40: I was late because I _____ how much time I need. appear ( appear) D. A. by III. equally D. for D. appearance C. the library of Congress houses one of the largest ________ collections of books in the world. slept D. in B. and finest B. cameras can take pictures of underwater valley _____ color A. sensitive B. Supply the correct form of the word in brackets by choosing the best answer. A. sleeps B. they need ____ each other’s needs. is sensitive for C. carriage ( estimate) Câu 37: I believe you because I know you are ____ . truthfully Câu 38: I feel so_____ that I’m going to bed. and equal B. or finest D. to need C.Câu 29: In the West.

A. unlock C. not quantity. and raise the chicks.you shouldn’t be______. A. people seldom lack of (D)most of them. colourless. underpaid B. C. to work B. estimated D. locking IV. graygreen bark found in the Colorado Rockies of the Western United States. but he refuses to listen (D). paid ( work) D. C. or D on your answer sheet to show the underlined part that needs correction. or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions. confident Câu 42: Many buildings were ______ after the earthquake in 1980. to build ( pay) D. estimate C. and invisible (D) Câu 50: Because vitamins are (A)contained in a (B)wide variety (C)of foods. the hummingbirds need six weeks to build a nest. B. to lock B. unconfident ( build) D. Câu 47: Some people believe that (A)human being will never use away all (B)the natural (C)resources on (D)earth. overworking Câu 45: I’d lost my key so I couldn’t ______ the door when I got home. built B.000 kilometres north from where they have wintered in Mexico. Quality. Câu 46: Several (A) people have apparent (B)tried to change the man’s mind (C). is what counts in hummingbird reproduction. slender deciduous trees with smooth. A. estimately B. confidentable B. paymet C. working C. A. paying Câu 44: She‘s having a rest because she had been _______ . Read the following passage and blacken the letter A. Blacken the letter A. A second nest is feasible only if the first fails early in the season. underestimate ( confident) D. rebuilt C. incubate their eggs. building Câu 43: Most people who work feel that they are______ . overconfident C.A. Broad-tailed hummingbirds often nest in quaking. After flying some 2. B. locked Câu 41: Even if you are good at a game. V. A. . Câu 48: Do you know (A)that there is (B) a high rate in (C) interest on this (D)loan? Câu 49: The air (A)that surrounds our planet (B)is both odourless (C). worked ( lock) D.

numbers B. If the chicks in the first nest hatch early Câu 53: The word “counts” in the first paragraph is closest in meaning to _____. Thus when the hen is away to feed. By early June it will hold two pea-sized eggs. are more likely. A. from late May through June. in what circumstances do hummingbirds build a second nest? A. Scarcely larger than a halved golf ball. owl.A nest on the lowest intact branch of an aspen will give a hummingbird a good view. C. It shares nesting duties equally with the female. weighs D. and in sixteen to nineteen days. they mate with females coming to feed but take no part in nesting. If the winner is unusually warm D. which of the following is true of the male broad-tailed hummingbird? A. D. and protection for her young. While the smooth bark of the aspen trunk generally offers a poor grip for the claws of a hungry squirrel or weasel. a second. If the eggs are destroyed early in the season. matters Câu 54: According to the passage. If there is an unusually large supply of food B. It is not involved in caring for the chicks C. Male hummingbirds claim feeding territories in open meadows where. It finds food for the female and the chicks . two chicks. unusually close branch overhead. It protects the nest while the female searches for food B. which each weigh one-seventh of the mother’s weight. or proximity to part of a trunk bowed by a past ice storm are features that provide shelter and make for an attractive nest site. or gray jay. Mating habits B. decorated and camouflaged outside with paper-like bits of aspen bark held together with more strands of spider silk. Câu 51: What aspect of broad-tailed hummingbird behaviour does the passage mainly discuss? A. the nest is painstaking constructed of spider webs and plant down. a clear flight patch. the nest is unguarded. aerial attacks. Migration routes Câu 52: According to the passage. The choice of where to build a nest is based not only on the branch itself but also on what hangs over it. from a hawk. Selection of nest sites C. estimates C. A crooked deformity in the nest branch. Caring for the young D.

Tree bark Câu 59: The author compares the size of the broad-tailed hummingbird’s nest to ____. Even though they had been lost in the mountains for three day. . needlessly Câu 58: Which of the following was NOT mentioned in the passage as a nest-building material of the broad. Less than a week VI. Plant down B. B. a spider web C. A. D. Blacken the letter A. A branch near the top of a tree B. A. A. B.61 den cau 65. Two to three weeks D. humans B. the longest branch of a tree D. C. consistently D. A. squirrels Câu 56: Which of the following would be a good location for a broad-tailed hummingbird to build its nest? A. Câu 61: It seems that no-one predicted the correct result. No-one seems to have predicted the correct result. No-one seems to has predicted the correct result. Spider webs D. obviously B. Paper C. a golf ball B. A protected branch Câu 57: The word “Scarcely” in the third paragraph is closest in meaning to ____. an egg D. A. how long does it take for broad-tailed hummingbird egg to hatch? A. C. a pea Câu 60: According to the passage.Câu 55: It can be inferred from the passage that the broad-tailed hummingbirds’ eggs and chicks are most vulnerable to attack by ____. One month B. or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that is closest in meaning to each of the following questions. barely C.tailed hummingbird? A. No-one seem to have predicted the correct result. More than six weeks C. but they looked strong and healthy .they looked strong and healthy. No-one seems have predicted the correct result. Câu 62: They had been lost in the mountains for three days. insects C.they looked strong and healthy. birds D. Even though they had been lost in the mountains for three days. B. A thick branch C.

A. B. Câu 64: We can’t deny that all of us made certain mistakes early on. THE TRUTH BEHIND THE DA VINCI CODE In 2006.I’ll find that man. D. secret societies. Câu 65: The agreement ended six-month negotiation. A.they looked strong and healthy. We admit that we could avoid making certain mistakes when young. It can be denied that not all of us made mistakes. A. VII. The negotiation which lasted six months was signed yesterday. while the Priory of Sion did exist. It is true that nobody could avoid making mistakes. Blacken the letter A. or D on your answer sheet to show the underlined part that needs correction. It was signed yesterday. "all of the art. However long it may taked. based on the novel of the same name by Dan Brown.no matter how long it takes. D. D. The agreement which was signed yesterday ended six-month negotiation. B. in his book. C. The agreement which was signed yesterday lasted six months. However long its may take. However long it may take. Even though they had been lost in the mountains for three days. C. However long it may takes. all of that is historical fact.C.I’ll find that man.I’ll find that man. The biggest secret kept by this organization is supposedly that Jesus Christ and a woman whose name is recorded in the Bible as Mary Magdalene had a child. In the film. C. In a TV interview.I’ll find that man. B.they look strong and healthy. it's nothing like the one which is so central to The Da Vinci Code. secret rituals. Sony Pictures released a remarkable and intriguing film entitled The Da Vinci Code. Câu 63: I’ll find that man. D. . B. religious leaders and professors are in a race to discover the secrets of an organization called the Priory of Sion. The agreement which ended six-month negotiation was signed yesterday." However. C. Everyone of us denies that we made certain mistakes early on. and that their family 55 line continues to this day. Even though they had been lost the mountains for three days. architecture. Dan Brown stated that.

and illegally put them into the National Library of France. 65 First. the best witness to a crime is the criminal himself. and his house was searched. Plantard had to swear in a court of law that the enigma of the Priory of Sion was the work of his imagination. and Sion was a hill in the town of Annemasse. there was a darker side to the Plantard's Priory. and jumped to even more wild conclusions. Lincoln did not know of Plantard and his schemes.D. which he published in his 1982 book. Sony's movie The Da Vinci Code is better than Dan Brown's book. and that these descendants ruled France from A. their group fought for housing rights for local people. The Holy Blood and the Holy Grail. in order to give the impression that the Priory began in 1099. However. Within it were found many false documents. Plantard and his friend Philippe de Cherisey created documents. where a book based on false information or speculation becomes popular. B. The organization promised to benefit the weak and the oppressed. Isaac Newton. Câu 67: What is true about the real Priory of Sion? A. the book became very popular in France. and may have been a victim of the hoax. 70 Matters were complicated when in 1969. and de Sede. How can we be so sure that Plantard created this hoax? Well. In fact. It is connected to the leaders of France. Plantard actually hoped to use the Priory of Sion to claim to be a descendant of French kings. At first. discovered by researcher Jean-Luc 80 Chaumeil. Most modern historians do not consider Lincoln's book to be a serious work of history. and their offices were at Plantard's apartment. Câu 66: What does the author hope to show in this passage? A. Next. an English actor and science-fiction writer named Henry Lincoln read Gerard de Sede's book. He seemed to believe what he read. Between the years 1961 and 1984. . D. Dan Brown knew his book wasn't based on fact. Plantard created the enigma of a much more powerful Priory than his insignificant organization. and to do good in general. This phenomenon is similar to the popularity of The Da Vinci Code. called the Secret Dossiers of Henri Lobineau. that its leaders included Leonardo Da Vinci. C. All this was based on reading a novel based on the false facts from documents which were a hoax. The Da Vinci Code is based on fact. Over 100 hundred letters between Plantard. He and his co-authors declared as fact that the Priory started in 1099. It was started in 1956 by Pierre Plantard B. most harmless. As a final embarrassment. The Priory of Sion was a hoax.The Priory of Sion was started in France in 1956 by a skillful liar named Pierre Plantard. where the Priory was started by Plantard and four of 60 his friends. and Victor Hugo. Priory means religious house. 447 to 751. Plantard got in trouble with the law. some of which said he was the true king of France. Plantard got author Gerard de Sede to write a book in 1967 using the false documents. de Cherisey. in the 1990s. show clearly that they were trying to pull an elaborate hoax. that the Priory protects the descendants of Jesus 75 Christ and Mary Magdalene.

Pierre Plantard D. Câu 69: According to the passage. It has a secret about Jesus Christ and Mary Magdalene. Gerard de Sede B. Henry Lincoln Câu 70: Which claim was NOT made in The Holy Blood and the Holy Grail? A. Each definition is only an approximation and one builds up an accurate picture of the meaning of a word only after meeting it in a (75) ______ of contexts. If you are the sort of person who tends to turn to the dictionary frequently. The strategy you adopt depends very much upon the (73) ______ of accuracy you require and the time at your disposal. who did NOT know about the creation of the Priory of Sion hoax? A. The Priory of Sion began in 1099. D. . VIII. B. So that Gerard de Sede's book would sell more copies. it is usually far safer to (76) ______ an English-English dictionary. C. it is (74) ______ remembering that every dictionary has its limitations. When you read something in a foreign language. It is also important to recognize the special dangers of dictionaries that translate from English into your native language and vice versa. you frequently come across words you do not (71) ______ understand. B. D. Sometimes you (72) ______ the meaning in a dictionary and sometimes you guess. He believed that he knew the truth and wanted to tell everyone. The Priory of Sion protects the descendants of Jesus Christ. D.C. He wanted people to believe that the Priory began in 1099. Câu 68: Why did Plantard put documents in the National Library of France? A. B. Read the following passage and blacken the letter A. Pierre Plantard created the Secret Dossiers of Henri Lobineau. C. Its leader used to be Leonardo Da Vinci. Isaac Newton was a leader of the Priory of Sion. He wanted Henry Lincoln to find them there. C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct word for each of the blanks . Philippe de Cherisey C. If you must use a dictionary.

essential C. both within the sentence and outside. extracted C. coming ----------. and making use of clues (80) ______ from the formation of the word. so that A. derived D. However. extent A. it is very time-consuming to look up words. (78) ______ . survey C. you will (79) ______ a number of possible problems and help yourself to understand far more of the text than you at first thought likely. In case D. inquire D. variation A. level B. degree C. valuable A. control A. Câu 71: Câu 72: Câu 73: Câu 74: Câu 75: Câu 76: Câu 77: Câu 78: Câu 79: Câu 80: A. vital D. surpass C. When you come across unknown words in an exam text. (77) ______ you are allowed to use one. therefore B. refer B. forced to guess the meaning of unfamiliar words. consult A.In most exams you are not permitted to use a dictionary. Although C. go over D. get over A. fully D. completely B. diversity C. range D. overcome B. so D. wholly C. worth B. it is very easy to panic. You are. totally A. check C.HẾT ---------- . originated B. variety D. however C. Provided B. multiple B. if you develop efficient techniques for guessing the meaning. Even if A. examine D. and time in exams is usually limited. inspect B. Two strategies which may help you guess the meaning of a word are: using contextual clues.

Chọn phương án (A. conference D. Chọn phương án (A. 0 C. confidence B.SỞ GIÁO DỤC VÀ ĐÀO TẠO PHÚ THỌ TRƯỜNG THPT PHONG CHÂU ĐỀ THI KHẢO SÁT HỌC SINH LỚP 12 MÔN THI: Anh văn 12 Năm học: 2011 . mountain B.A A. magnesium C. interfere A.B. procedure A. confetti A. sustain C.C hoặc D) có trọng âm chính khác với 3 phương án còn lai: Câu 1: Câu 2: Câu 3: Câu 4: Câu 5: A. machinery D. comrade C. portrayal C. historical C. tremendous D. which D. A. (80 câu trắc nghiệm) HỌ TÊN:…………………………………… Mã đề thi 132 SỐ BÁO DANH:…………………………… I. did B. finding D. malevolence B. curriculum A. is the exam result used D. populous B. to find Câu 7: Not only__________to assess students’ ability. to use the exam result C.2012 Thời gian làm bài: 90 phút. find C. synonymous D. using the exam result Câu 8: At no time__________I suspect he was a thief. but it is also used to arrange classes. that .C hoặc D) để hoàn thành các câu sau: Câu 6: Did you have any problems__________our house? A. contain D.B. the exam result is used B. obstinacy B. retain II. for finding B.

Had I known Câu 16: I__________the homework tonight. her father was against her studying abroad. When the moon Câu 14: It was difficult to guess what her________ to the news would be. thought D. reaction D. feeling C. I would have never agreed to come A. conquer D. am doing Câu 17: The soldiers were exhausted and couldn’t move back any further so they had no choice but to__________. The moon which D. laying down D. Had known I D. giving over Câu 10: At first. The moon C.Câu 9: I don’t want to sound like I’m__________the law. do C. Though Câu 13: __________appears considerably larger at the horizon that it does overhead is merely an optical illusion. but if you don’t keep the noise down. opinion C. Supposing C. hand out D. A. heart Câu 11: Which of the following is not correct? “I can’t come out tonight. passing over C. A. A. invade Câu 18: ”How do you like your steak done?” . will have been doing B. I had known C. surrender C. That the moon B. capital B. So D. retreat B. but later on he had a change of__________and let her go to Paris. submit C. give in B. I have to__________my essay tomorrow morning and I’ve only just started it!” A. A. hand in Câu 12: __________you had to find a new job. felling Câu 15: __________he would be there. what would you like to do? A. A. I promise! A. putting in B. Known had I B. you’ll have to leave. mind B. Provided B. will do D.

full D. she was quite confident the first moment she practiced this sport . then C. A. In spite of C. sometimes B. new Câu 21: Don’t__________me. roll B.“__________” A. are graduating / have had D. here Câu 27: “Did you sleep well?” “Yeah. blue C. log . roam C. but I think most modern art is a load of rubbish A. black B.like a__________”. Despite D. horse B. A. occasionally D. Well done D. attribute Câu 22: In two years. paraphrase D. run D. I don’t like it much B. for Câu 25: __________a disabled girl. Though Câu 26: I still see my old classmates now and__________. A. Since B. since C. Very much Câu 19: Sara brought in a lot of business last month. A. when Câu 24: A: Have you heard John’s getting married again? B: Really? Who_________? A. to C. I only go to the gym once in a__________moon. graduated / had had Câu 23: It’s ages__________I last saw a decent comedy film on television.and then we_______no hardship in keeping our international business going. have graduated / will have C. she should ask for a pay rise while she’s still on a__________ A. at D. A. will graduate / will have B. A. many of our school friends__________. about B. rush Câu 20: I’m very lazy. that D. quote B. Very little C. drunk D. report C. ago B. fish C.

really going for it like__________. doesn’t he D. he better so much C. inadequate C. burst B. different Câu 34: April is the month when many European trees_______________into leaf. get out D. dog and cat Câu 33: That meat is__________for human consumption. A. get over C.Câu 28: Douglas took__________of his meeting with the Prime Minister to argue his case. A. so the much better D. A. but she managed to_________ A. A. cat and dog D. get by B. man and woman B. so much the better Câu 37: The facilities of the old health centre__________ A. get away Câu 32: Johnny and his girlfriend were fighting again yesterday. must never have married Câu 30: Many species of wild life are__________of extinction A. . on the verge C. would never have married C. effect C. would never marry B. is as good or better than the new centre. uncompetent D. does he Câu 36:If you can win his attention_________for you. in his place I__________her at all. A. Well. do they C. he so much better B. needn’t have married D. don’t they B._______? A. chalk and chese C. chance Câu 29: I don’t think it would be wise to try to make Max change his mind about divorcing Barbara. A. turn D. at rish B. jump Câu 35: No one wants to have extra homework tonight. opportunity B. in dangers Câu 31: I ran after her. unfit B. advantage D. on the side D. spring C.

I’m sure the picnic will be a success. brought B. grown D. as D. chọn phương án trả lời phù hợp nhất(A. will be D. A. A. did / and D. care D. A. so C. What a dreadful weather C. B. are as good or better than the new centre. had / when C. alike Câu 45: No sooner__________we started the picnic _________the rain began pouring down! A. Câu 38: It’s the government’s responsibility to__________for the sick. brought up C. is Câu 41: I was born in Athens. C. A. get up to B. come down to Câu 44: The Minister received__________a show of support that it was impossible to think he would resign. D. but I was _________in Thessalokini. aiming to Câu 40: As long as the weather__________good. cure C. such B. get down to C. What dreadful weather D. with a target of C. are as good as or better than those of the new centre. did / that B. would be B. had / than III. A. his goal being D. guard B. grown up Câu 42: __________we’ve been having! A. are as good as or better than the new centre. A. Đọc đoạn văn sau. How dreadful is the weather B. C hoặc D) cho các câu 46 đến 50 . with a view to B. was C. How dreadful the weather Câu 43: The hotel didn’t__________my expectations. treat Câu 39: He bought the cottage__________renovating it and then selling at a large profit.B. come up to D.

assured him a lifetime of fame and public attention. after two more emergency landings and numerous close calls. During the 1930s. Lindbergh tested the plane by flying it from San Diego to New York. After completing his training. He was given awards and parades everywhere he went. In 1919.m. They flew by day and each night landed on a lake or a river and camped. Charles and Anne Lindbergh worked for various airline companies. He landed at Paris on May 21 at 10:21 p. Nine St. On September 19. Alaska. His flight made news around the world. This feat.Congressional Medal of Honor and the first Distinguished Flying Cross. Lindbergh toured the world as a US goodwill ambassador.000 to the first pilot to fly nonstop from New York to Paris. Charles Augustus Lindbergh was more interested in flying airplanes than he was in studying. most efficient route was a great curve across Canada. Two years later. he was hired to fly mail between St. They arranged for fuel and supplies to be set out along the route. In 1931. On July 29. they took off from Long Island in a specially equipped small seaplane. they had their first serious emergency. The shortest. charting new commercial air routes. . Louis. a transcontinental record. Nine days later. He dropped out of the University of Wisconsin after two years to earn a living performing daredevil airplane stunts at country fairs. Anne Morrow. The flight took only 20hours and 21minutes. they discovered they had landed on barely three feet of water. In the next morning’s light. Then came the historic flight across the Atlantic. He met his future wife. Louis and Chicago. a New York City hotel owner offered a prize of $25. in Mexico. Louis business leaders helped pay for the plane Lindbergh designed especially for the flight. in 1927. The Lindberghs took on the task of proving that it was.S. For a long time. 1927. Lindbergh is remembered as the first person to make a nonstop solo flight across the Atlantic.m. for a major airline.Charles A. at 7:52 a. He was presented with the U. Lindbergh took off from Long Island. New York. Most pilots familiar with the Arctic did not believe that such a route was possible. they charted a new route from the east coast of the United States to the Orient. when Lindbergh was only twenty-five years old. He had flown more than 3.600 miles in less than thirty four hours. over Alaska. they were forced down in a small ocean inlet. where her father was the United States ambassador. he joined the United States Army so that he could go to the Army Aie Service flight-training school. on May 20. Near Nome. and down to China and Japan. Out of daylight and nearly out of fuel. they landed in China with the maps for a safe airline passenger route. with an overnight stop in St.

He flew the mail between St. Lindbergh served as a civilian technical advisor in aviation.Carrel. Although he was a civilian. B. Câu 48: When did Charles meet Anne Morrow? A. Câu 49: When did the Lindberghs map an air route to China? A. B. Before they worked for an airline. he spoke widely on conservation issues. Lindbergh helped design the famous 747 jet airliner. C. after he received the first Distinguished Flying Cross. before he was forced down in an ocean inlet. He charted a route to China. Câu 47: What happened immediately after Lindbergh crossed the Atlantic? A. before ho took off from Long Island. He was given the Congressional Medal of Honor. He left college. Lindbergh was also working as an engineer. C. D. In 1935. While designing the 747. D. B. C. D. In the late 1960s.Even while actively engaged as a pioneering flier. he and Dr. . He married Anne Morrow. During World War I in the 1940s.Alexis Carrel were given a patent for an artificial heart. after he worked for an airline. having lived through aviation history from the time of the first powered flight to the first steps on the moon and having influenced a big part of that history himself. After World War II. Câu 46: What did Lindbergh do before he crossed the Atlantic? A. Before Charles worked with Dr. C. In the 1950s. He acted as a technical advisor during World War II. He died August 1974. B. he flew over fifty combat missions in the Pacific. D.Louis and Chicago. He attended the Army flight-training school. He graduated from flight-training school.

and was (53)_______by teachers at his junior school that he would never be able to read or write (54)_______. told B. At the age of 15 he (60)_______up his own computer consultancy. he had a natural ability with the computer.” says Ben. That D. C. which he ran from his bedroom. his local authorities (56)_______him with a PC to help with schoolwork. 0. B.” says Ben. he soon began (59)_______people $10 an hour for his knowledge and skills. What C. D. and he has recently signed a deal (65)_______$25 million with a private investment company. Lindbergh patented an artifical heart. even D. and (58)_______by his father.’That enabled to start (63)_______business with bigger companies. put A. said B. taken B. A. Although he was (57)_______to read the manuals. This A. Đọc kỹ đoạn văn sau và chọn phương án đúng(A. suggested . Something C. IV.yet Câu 51: Câu 52: Câu 53: A. reported C. already C. “By the time the company had grown and I needed to take on a (62)_______of employees to help me. When he was eight. creator and director of Waysearch.’ It was his ability to consistenly (64)_______difficult challenges that led him to win the Young Entrepreneur of the Year award in the same year that he formed Waysearch. Quard Computer. (52)_______make Ben’s story all the more remarkable is that he is dyslexic. Lindbergh helped design the 747 airline. made D. two years later he left school to (61)_______all his time to business. which will finance his search engine. a net search engine which can be used to find goods in online shopping malls. Lindbergh flew fifty combat missions.C hoặc D) cho mỗi chỗ trống từ câu 51 đến 65: A SUCCESS STORY At 19.”I wanted to prove them (55)_______. Ben Way is(0) already a millionaire.B.Câu 50: What event happened last? A. done D. and one of a growing member of teenagers who have (51)_______their fortune through the Internet. The Lindberghs mapped a route to the Orient. just B.

impossible A. invited C. borrowing B. got A. bad D. written C. ran B. sciences D. lending D. incapable D. complexity B. alike B. set A. disabled C. is not an exact science. other C. doing D. and roasting cocoa beans. alike the other social sciences. anything B. having A. animated B. valuable C. overlook C. an exact Câu 68: It is said that Eiinstein feels very bad about the application of his theories to the creation of weapons of war. It is said B. unfair B. provided B. thoroughly A. overtake A. properly B. pay D. unable B. invest A. untrue A. which D. charging A. few A. totally C. encouraged A. blending. overcome D. false D. priced V. owing C. made C. A.B. put D. A. little D.C hoặc D) ứng với từ/ cụm từ có gạch chân cần phải sửa trong các câu sau: Câu 66: The author hasn’t rarely written anything that was not a best-seller. A. estimated B. wrong C. best-seller D. deal B. spend B. bringing B. couple C. overdo B. mixed with . Chọn phương án (A. making C. gave D. absolutely D. A. to the creation Câu 69: Chocolate is prepared by a complexity process of cleaning. worth D. feels C. blending C. devote C. promised D. hasn’t Câu 67: Political science.Câu 54: Câu 55: Câu 56: Câu 57: Câu 58: Câu 59: Câu 60: Câu 61: Câu 62: Câu 63: Câu 64: Câu 65: A. offered C. which must be ground and mixed with sugar.

complete VI. Jack is the third best student. Câu 74: In the class of twenty. Blowing his whistle. C. A. A. Lucy was the only passenger killed.C hoặc D) ứng với câu có nghĩa gần nhất với mỗi câu cho sẵn sau đây. The referee started the game by blowing his whistle. C. D. the referee stopped the play. Lucy was the only passenger not killed in the plane crash. A. Câu 71: The referee blew his whistle and brought the football game to a halt. She possesses the firm qualities of an executive secretary. . Câu 73: She is unqualified to fill the position as executive secretary of the firm. A. C. Câu 72: The sole survivor of the plane crash was Lucy. the referee stopped the game. All of the passengers on the plane were killed. A. D. D. The job of executive secretary requires more skills than she has. some fishes B.B. B. None of the plane’s passengers were killed. blind D. B. Both she and the executive secretary took a firm position. B.Câu 70: Some fishes live at enormous depths that they are almost complete blind. Two students in the class are smarter than Jack. B. The referee called a halt after blowing his whistle. The executive secretary position is suitable for her. Chọn phương án (A. The class has only three smart students. After a player injured himself. C. enormous depths C. Jack is not as smart as most of the other students.

A. Câu 78: You / come / box / old books. Where did you come across this box of old books? . Where did you come across a box of old books? C. I can’t see the point of this rule which says we can’t cycle to school. No other students in the class is as mart as Jack.D. People have always had difficulty to predict the future. A. VII. I can’t see the point of this rule which says we can’t cycle to school.C hoặc D) ứng với câu tốt nhất được tạo ra từ những từ cho sẵn: Câu 76: People / have / difficult / predict / future A. No one at all saw the seven – year – old’s accident. People have always had difficulty predict future. C. D. D. I don’t see the point of this rule which we are not allowed to cycle to school. A. Câu 75: No one but the seven – year – old boy saw the accident. Did you come across this box with old books? D. People have always had difficulty predicting the future. B. Câu 77: I / not see / point / rule / we / not / cycle / school. The seven – year – old boy saw no one in the accident. C.B. B. D. I can’t see the point of this rule which we don’t cycle to school. Where did you come to a box of old books? B. People always have difficult predicting the future. C. No one in the accident saw the seven – year – old boy. Chọn phương án (A. Only the seven – year – old boy saw the accident. B.

Do you think things will improve in the future? B. B. Do you think things will improve in future? D. A. THANG ĐIỂM 10) MÃ 132 KEY 1B 11C 21A 31D 41B 2B 12B 22C 32C 42B 3A 13C 23B 33A 43C 4A 14C 24B 34A 44A 5A 15D 25D 35B 45D 6C 16B 26B 36D 46C 7B 17B 27D 37D 47D 8A 18A 28C 38C 48B 9C 19A 29A 39A 49B 10D 20B 30B 40D 50C .Câu 79: They / not find / cause / fire. They still haven’t found what caused of the fire.HẾT ---------- HƯỚNG DẪN CHẤM ĐỀ THI KHẢO SÁT MÔN TIẾNG ANH LỚP 12 NĂM HỌC 2011-2012 (ĐỀ THI GỒM 80 CÂU.125ĐIỂM . Do you think things are improving in the future? ----------. C. MỖI CÂU 0. They still haven’t found out what caused the fire. Câu 80: You / things / improve / future ? A. They still haven’t found the cause of the fire. D. They still don’t find out the cause of the fire. Do you think things are going to improve in the future? C.

Cán bộ coi thi không giải thích đề thi. (D)No one knows to answer the teacher’s question. Thí sinh không được dùng điện thoại di động . 2. patient / he / be / have / intention / wait / three / hours. No one / know / answer / teacher / question. Questions 1 . từ điển hoặc tài liệu có liên quan. (B)No one knows how to answer of teacher’s question. (C)No one knows the answer to the teacher’s question.5: Mark the letter A. SBD: Mã đề thi: 246 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Chú ý : Đề thi này gồm 7 trang với 80 câu trắc nghiệm. . C or D to indicate the correct sentence which is built from the words and phrases given: 1.51D 61C 71D 52B 62C 72D 53A 63D 73C 54B 64D 74A 55C 65C 75C 56B 66D 76D 57B 67A 77D 58A 68B 78D 59A 69A 79A 60A 70D 80A TRUNG TÂM LUYỆN THI ĐẠI HỌC XUÂN THỦY PTCS HAI BÀ TRƯNG HÀ NỘI ĐỀ THI THỬ ĐẠI HỌC MÔN TIẾNG ANH KHỐI D 2011 Thời gian : 90 phút Họ tên: …………………………………………. (A)No one knows the answer of the teacher’s question. B.

. (D) Unless I would like to get the refund or you can change me another sweater. four countries. – “____________ . (D) So patient he was to have no intention to wait for three hours. you can change me another sweater. 3. Henry / suggested / Anna / the doctor. (B) I would like to get the refund or you can change me another sweater. Questions 6 – 35 Mark the letter A. (C) So patient was he that he had intention for waiting for three hours. (A) already visited (B) visited (C) has already visited (D) is visiting 7.(A) He was so patient to have intention of waiting for three hours. let’s. she looks after the garden. do / cooking / she / look / after / garden. (C) Henry suggested to Anna that she go to the doctor. (B) Henry suggested to Anna that she goes to the doctor. (D)Besides doing the cooking. (D) Henry suggested Anna that she should go to the doctor. she looked after the garden. (A) I would like to get the refund if you can change me another sweater. 4. she looks after the garden. B. “I think the teacher should give us more exercises. 5. she also looked after the garden. (B) Yes. (A) As soon as she did the cooking. consequently. (B) Patient as he was. I / get / refund / change / another / sweater. (C) In addition to do the cooking. (A) Henry suggested Anna to go to the doctor.” (A) That’s rubbish. He ………. or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions: 6. C. This is his fifth day on the tour . (B ) Apart from to do the cooking. (C) I would like to get the refund. he had no intention of waiting for three hours..

(C) Sorry. One of the great ……. In every country . (A) Despite (B) Though (C) However (D) Although 18. (A) full (B) complete (C) whole (D) high 12. which had been a ………success.… between different regions. (A) can’t have been (B) mustn’t be (C) can’t be (D) mustn’t have been 13. 8. She went…………. (D) Yes. I am so glad. (C) I couldn’t agree more. 14.. “Excuse me.” (A) Yes. (D) That’s just what I was thinking. 10 ………. (B) No.” (A) That’s a good idea. There is fog at Heathrow. (A) quarrels (B) conflicts (C) differences (D) disputes 16.. especially between the North and the South. he could get to the airport in time. thanks. (A) negligent (B) neglected (C) negligible (D) neglectful 17.. You can sit here. even hatred. “Why don’t you go to the zoo?” – “____________ .…. to the students when they go on a mountain walk is that they learn a lot about wild flowers. yes... ………… the bad weather. because he went to London on business last week. has been delayed. ..(C) Ok.. which result in unfriendliness. the seat is taken. ……… . (D) Yes. there are …….state. (A) through (B) over (C) in for (D) down with 15. (B) Because we don’t have enough money.Mr. Brown. (A) Studying more (C) If he studied more (B) If he were studying to a greater degree (D) Had he studied more 11 The manager was very pleased with her last business trip. (A) otherwise (B) or (C) therefore (D) so 9. he would have been able to pass the exam.The house that we used to live in is in a very …………. is anybody sitting here?” – “____________ . the plane. a bad cold just before Christmas. . I’d love to. The man you saw yesterday …….

……. (A) drawn (B) taken (C) grown (D) brought 28.. joining our trip.regards sport and leisure activities..me as strange that my front door was open when I got home. (A) outlays (B) outruns (C) outplays (D) outlives 20. I just cannot …………….(A) supports (B) returns (C) benefits (D) profits 19.” (A) quite many (B) quite much (C) quite a few 21.. you ____________ ..him because his mother had just passed away. but she refused. (A) intentional (B) intense (C) intended (D) intensive 30.The fact is . (A) made up (B) made use of C) made fun of (D) made allowance for 24. (A) serves (B) conserves (C) reserves (D) deserves 27. I tried to talk her …………. (A) occurred (B) seemed (C) struck (D) appeared 29. (A) to selling (B) to be sold (C) for selling (D) to sell (D) quite some 22. but her sister is very ……………. “ Were there many people waiting in line at the stadium?” – “ Yes.” (A) won’t (B) needn’t (C) can’t (D) mustn’t 25. (A) get down to (B) get rid of (C) get out of (D) get round to 26. doctor. this dreadful cough. “Must we do it now?” – “No. It ……. (A) With (B) What (C) As (D) How 31. He is decorating the house with a view …………. I saw ____________.The music aroused an …………… feeling of homesickness in him. our two countries appear to have little in common. . The Home – Loan Company …………. Imagination ………. The boss ………….the right to cancel this agreement. Jane is plain. (A) on (B) in (C) out of (D) into 23. After Joe’s mother died. it.facts. he was ……………up by his grandmother.

Most psychologists agree that the basic structure of an individual’s personality is ________________ (A) well established extremely by the age of five. C . 37. agricultural products. (C) extremely well established by the age of five.or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer which completes each of the following sentences : 36. there’s a wonderful restaurant right down the street from the school. I like the idea of becoming your partner and which is more. (A) changed his decision (C) felt sorry for us (B) refused to change his decision (D)wanted to continue 34. And the food is good too. (B) by the age of five and extremely well established.” “____________ ?” “ Yes.” (A) Is it really like that (C) Are the prices reasonable (B) Do you like good food (D) Do they often go there 33. he stood his ground. weather is the one that influences farmers the most. (A) adjusts (B) conforms (C) suits (D) likes Questions 36 ..40: Mark the letter A. On the street : (B) attractive (C) sympathetic (D) sophisticated “ Have you found a good place to eat yet? “Yes.. (D ) by the age of five it is extremely well established. this business really …………me. B. Although we argued with him for a long time. Of all the factors ……. (A) affecting (B) to effect (C) to affect (D) effecting 35.(A) complex 32.Civil rights are the freedoms and rights ________________ as a member of a .….

new subjects. (A) may have a person who (B) and a person may have (C) may have a person (D) a person may have 38. business statistics. No longer was it produced. New themes. well-dressed. in the main by solemn. no longer were polite. grammatically correct. new forms. (5) . at the onset of World War I. new audiences all emerged in the literature of this half century. Roosevelt was ________________ the great force of radio and the opportunity it provided for taking government policies directly to the people. and software for practically any purpose.or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer for each of the questions (1) This rapid transcontinental settlement and these new urban industrial circumstances of the last half of the 19th century were accompanied by the development of a national literature of great abundance and variety. (A) can be provided readily (B) ready and can be providing (C) can provide ready (D) is ready and can provide 39.50 : Read the following passage and mark the letter A. the spirit and substance of American literature had evolved remarkably.Fibers of hair and wool are not continuous and must normally be spun into thread ________________ woven into textile fabrics. political articles. (A)when to be (B ) if they are to be (C) as are they (D) that they are 40. typically moralistic men from New England and the Old South. to fully understand Questions 41 . C . Franklin D. B.community. state.The Internet ________________ access to current news. As a result. new authors. just as its center of production had shifted from Boston to New York in the late 1880s and the sources of its energy to Chicago and the Midwest. or nation. at least in its popular forms. new regions. (A) as the first President he understood fully (B) the first President to understand fully (C ) the first President fully understood (D) the first President that.

so did its literature establish itself as a producer of major works. was literature read primarily by young. (A) well-known (B) unusual (C) urban (D) old-fashioned 45. The author uses the word indeed in line 13 for what purpose? (A) For variety in a lengthy paragraph (B) To emphasize the contrast he is making (C) To wind down his argument (D) To show a favorable attitude to these forms of literature 44. The word evolved in line 7 is closest in meaning to ___________ . and formal history the chief acceptable forms of literary expression.middle-class young people the only central characters in its narratives. In sum. The word exotic in line 12 is closest in meaning to ___________. All of the following can be inferred from the passage about the new literature EXCEPT ________ . no longer. Just as America learned to play a role in this half century as an autonomous international political." At the same time. no longer were these narratives to be set in exotic places and remote times. characters. drama. many of them impelled by the spirit of exposure and reform. . (A) American literature (B) the energy (C) the population (D) the manufacturing 43. and includes the world . finally. middle class women. psychology. connecting an American citizen with the citizens of all nations. (A) became famous (B) turned back (C) changed (D) diminished 42. no longer. (A) It was not highly regarded internationally (B) It broke with many literary traditions of the past (C) It introduced new American themes. poetry." powerful works in sociology. and settings (D) It spoke to the issue of reform and change 47.. The phrase these years in line 16 refers to _____________ . and military power. It can be inferred from lines 1-3 that the previous passage probably discussed _________. (10) (15) (20) 41. each state and region as peers "and expands from them. philosophy. (A) the present (B) the 1900s (C) the early 1800s (D) 1850-1900 46. The word it in line 9 refers to ____________ .. he said of his own major work. these years saw the emergence of what has been designated "the literature of argument. indeed. economic. American literature in these years fulfilled in considerable measure the condition Walt Whitman called for in 1867 in describing Leaves of Grass: it treats. were fiction.

A. why is it that we all have a (58)--------.us to be a little more critical about the way we live. The main idea of this passage is (A) that the new American literature was less provincial than the old (B) that most people were wary of the new literature (C) that World War I caused a dramatic change in America (D) that centers of culture shifted from East to West 50. As we know that this picture of the past (57)--------cannot be true. Everyone remembers that in their childhood the summers were(54)--------.60 Read the following passage and mark the letter A. from B. And above all. virtually 54. B. the pound really was worth something.worse for as long as they can remember. considerably B.the past and the present and nine (52)--------ten people will tell you that things have been getting (53)---------. far more friendly. the food in those days was far superior too. which has been behaving rather strangely lately.to idealize the past ? Is this simply nostalgia? Or is it rather that we need to believe in an image of the world which is (59)---------. so B. not inclined to crime or violence. at least it leaves us with a nagging feeling that the present could be better. out of B. or C.hotter. Unemployment was negligible.the opposite of what we see around us? Whichever it is. (A) disliked urban life (C) was an international diplomat (B) wrote Leaves of Grass (D) was disapproving of the new literature 49.or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct word for each of the blanks. and spent their free time making model boats and tending their stamp collections (56)---------than gazing at the television screen for hours on end. and perhaps (60)--------. at least C. C . This passage would probably be read in which of the following academic courses? (A) International affairs (B) Current events (C) American literature (D) European history Questions : 51 . and there are plenty of statistics dealing with health and prosperity which prove that it is not true. as nothing was imported and everything was fresh. and that winter always included abundant falls of snow just when the school holidays had started. in D. out D. and you could buy a sizeable house even if your means were limited. from D. A. Of course. A. Take the weather for example. 51. Ask anyone over forty to make a comparison (51)-----------. steadily C. between 52.better in those days. to 53.(A) the limitations of American literature to this time (B) the importance of tradition to writers (C) new developments in industrialization and population shifts (D) the fashions and values of 19th century America 48. not only . It can be inferred from the passage that Walt Whitman _____________ . A. rarely D. people were (55)---------. with C.

makes B. different B. A. rather D. broad speaking. physical disorders. more 56. reassures D. habit C. usually 57. widely B. is to maintain peace and security A B C and to encourage respect for human rights. philosophers and artists alike have debated the meaning of beauty and A questioned whether it real or only perceived. The purpose of the United Nations. as D. simply C. highly competitive athletes have been known to win A B C contests and break records even when suffered from injuries. A. practice D. C or D on your answer sheet to show the underlined part that needs correction. 61. encourages C. 65. rather D. somehow B. Language is important factor in the accumulation of culture. A B C D 64. other C. A. A. whatsoever C. custom B. Owing to their superior skill. A. A B C D Questions 66 – 70 . quite C. A. especially 58. tendency 59.65 : Mark the letter A. hardly B. and D infections. There will always be a job for Mike if he change his mind. utterly 60. For centuries. B.55. D 63. specifically D. supports Questions 61 . C D B 62.

Signs of aging in a pet dog or cat include loss of playfulness and energy. works less efficiently. Even the cells of the body differ in the way they age.80 : B. Thinking processes of all sorts are slowed down. allowing less blood to flow to the rest of body. C. maintenance C. directly or indirectly. compliment C. for example. desert C. that an illness or accident does not kill it prematurely. It may. or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word that differs from the rest in the position of the main stress in each of the following questions: Question 66 : A. They reach their peak at the time of maturity. curriculum B. such as the graying of the hair and the wrinkling of the skin. but the signs are much harder to detect.in biological time . fascinating Read the following passage and mark the letter A. for example. millennium Questions 71 . and function more efficiently during childhood. This condition accounts.clock. B. disaster B. Aging is not a uniform process. for example. Old people often have trouble in remembering recent events. It occurs eventually in every living thing provided.Mark the letter A. the blood vessels that lead from the heart. Different parts of the body wear out at different rates. Nerve cells and muscle fibers can never be replaced once they wear out.believe the wearing out of the body is controlled by a built . contribute B. discriminate D. or early adulthood. In the aged. bacteria B. install D. Gerontologists . This could give man a longer life and a great (5) (10) (15) (20) (25) . result in heart attack. procedure D. interest D. for many of the diseases of the aged. incredible C. or even a slight graying of the coat. sacrifice Question 69 : A. All the major organs of the body show signs aging.scientists who study the process of aging .or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer for each of the questions. (1) Aging is the process of growing old. rhinoceros Question 70 : A. philosopher Question 67 : A. One of the most serious changes of old age occurs in the arteries. There are great differences among people in their rate of aging. and even gets smaller in size. gradually become lighter and more brittle. a decline in hearing and eyesight. C . The majority of cells are capable of reproducing themselves many times during the course of a lifetime. stagnant Question 68 : A. of course. They are trying to discover how this clock works so that they can slow down the process. overview D. The brain. the joints between the bones also become rigid and more flexible. kindergarten C. Most body plants grow bigger and stronger. B. They become thickened and constricted. After that they begin to decline. Bones. This can make moving very painful. The most familiar outward signs of aging may be seen in old people. Plants age too.

(C) Gerontologists have discovered that aging is controlled by a built. (B) Gerontologists are studying how they can slow down the process of aging. the bones ___________ (A) become more flexible (B) become heavier (C) cause much pain(D) break easily (C) before reaching adulthood (D) in old age 75.in biological time. 73.out nerve cells and muscle. Many of the diseases of old people are the results of __________.The statement Aging is not a uniform process in line 19 means that __________ (A) old people do not have the same outward signs of aging (B) nerve cells and muscle fibers do not age simultaneously . (D) Not all signs of aging are visible. The human body begins to lose vigor and the ability to function efficiently ________ . (A) lack of blood (B) the thickening of the blood vessels (C) poor blood circulation (D) low blood pressure 77.clock. (B) The outward signs of aging may be seen in old people. Which piece of information is given in the passage? (A)Gerontologists can give man a longer life. 72. what condition is responsible for many of the diseases of the old? (A) Their trouble in remembering recent events (B) The blood vessels that have become thickened and constricted (C) The rigid and inflexible joints between the bones (D) The worn . What is the main idea in the first paragraph? (A) Signs of aging are easier to detect in animals than in plants. 71. (A) soon after reaching adulthood (B) during childhood 74.fibers 76.number of productive years. According to the passage. In old age . (D) Gerontologists can prevent diseases connected with aging. (C) Aging occurs in every living thing after it has reached maturity.

When the brain begins to age. Which of the statements about aging is false? (A) People vary in their rates of aging. _________. (D) The various parts of the body do not wear out at the same rate.The end…. (A) eyesight will begin too (B) memorization declines 80.(C) not all people age at the same age (D) the process of aging is slow 78. (A) vessels that are thickened and constricted (B) the paths along which blood flows to all parts of the body (C) the tubes carrying blood back to the heart (D) such heart diseases as suffered by old people 79. (B) All body cells once worn out can never be replaced. KEY (C) it becomes lighter (D) the thinking processes stop 1C 11D 21A 31B 41C 51A 61C 71C 2B 12A 22D 32C 42A 52B 62B 72C 3B 13A 23D 33B 43B 53C 63C 73A 4C 14D 24B 34A 44B 54A 64D 74D 5D 15C 25B 35C 45D 55B 65B 75B 6C 16B 26C 36C 46A 56D 66B 76B 7D 17A 27D 37D 47C 57C 67D 77C 8C 18C 28C 38C 48B 58A 68C 78B 9C 19B 29B 39B 49A 59C 69C 79B 10D 20C 30C 40B 50C 60B 70C 80B .. (C) The cells of the body age in different ways. …. The word arteries in line 15 refers to __________ .